Killeen Cormac Ogham Stone IV in 3D
Descriptions and Models by Ogham in 3D Project
Ogham Stone, Colbinstown IV (CIIC 22) (National Monument KD032-044004-)
Text from Ogham in 3D page URI: https://ogham.celt.dias.ie/22._Colbinstown_IV
The site, a gravel mound known as Killeen Cormac (Cell Ingen Cormaic/Cell Fhine Cormaic?) is classified as a ‘Burial Ground’, but may be regarded as an important early ecclesiastical site. A recent geophysical survey of the site (Greene 2013, 26-47) shows traces of a trivallate enclosure of which the burial ground is just the nucleus of a much more extensive early Christian foundation. Seven ogham stones were originally found at this site, at least one of which was broken up and re-used in the construction of a surrounding wall in the late 19th century (Macalister 1945, 26). One of the ogham stones, currently on display in the National Museum of Ireland, is a bilingual stone (rare in Ireland) with both an ogham inscription and one in Latin (CIIC. 19 Colbinstown I).
Text: ‘The scores are chisel-cut, and are in good condition except for wear and some fractures. The beginning is lost…The letters before the present beginning must have been vowels and B consonants, for the H-surface is intact and shows no marking. The stone reads up to the dexter edge as far as the C: after that it turns on to the top. A fracture at the corner has carried off the OI: only A, I, of the second name remain’ ‘ (Macalister 1945, 26-7). While the remains of a few vowel notches are possible on the top of the stone, these are far from clear. Also, although there is little doubt about the reading of MUC[OI], only partial scores survive for the C because of the fracture here at the top of the stone.
Transliteration: [ … ]EGNI KOI MAQI ṂUC̣[/OI] Ạ[ … ]Ị[ … ]
Translation: ‘… here, son of the descendant of …’
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Killeen Cormac Ogham, Colbinstown IV – Monochrome
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Killeen Cormac Ogham, Colbinstown IV – Colour
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Ogham in 3D (https://ogham.celt.dias.ie/) is a project to research and digitise ogham inscriptions/stones and make 3d models of the stones freely available online. Their Sketchfab page contains examples of experimental/learning models created using photogrammetry. More models and descriptions of ogham stones, including the seven stones of Killeen Cormac, are available from their website ogham.celt.dias.ie. Ogham in 3D’s Sketchfab models can be accessed at: https://sketchfab.com/oghamin3d